W Mil DAK PRESENTS
April 7, 1951
DR. WILSON, S. D.
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John Loves Mary A Comedy in Three Acts
by Norman Krasna
The Fourth Annual All-Student Production
Directed by MYFANWY LINTNER Technical Director
This play is produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service of New York
April 7, 1951 WESTERVILLE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE Hallmark Greeting Cards For All Occasions
^^Your Flooring and Decorating Headquarters” 8 E. Main St.
The Real Estate Man 34 North State St. Phone 2-2139
25 N. State St.
Make Isaly^s Your Stop . For Snacks After Every Show Isaly’s Ice Cream
Ends The Quest For The Best
SCHNEIDER’S MARKET, Inc. South State Street and College Ave. The Best of Meats
Phone 2-2101 or 2-2286
The Cast For "John Loves Mary”
Chuck Myers, Bob McMullen, Bob Moore, Lew Bell, Bohse Fulton, John Hammon, Bobbie Finkle, Mary Ellen Matson, Glenna Keeny, Roger Day
The Cast in Order of Appearance Mary McKinley
Mary Ellen Matson
Oscar Dugan Fred Taylor
John Hammon .
Senator James McKinley
Mrs. Phyllis McKinley
Lt. Victor O’Leary
Lily Herbish Harwood Biddle .
Bobbie Finkle .
The action of the plky takes place in the living room of the apartment of Senator James McKinley in the St. Regis Hotel, New York. Spring, 1946.
The Synopsis of Scenes ACT ONE Monday Afternoon.
3 P. M.
ACT TWO Tuesday Morning. 11 A. M. ACT THREE Scene One: Immediately afterward. Scene Two: Three hours later.
The Best in Flowers From
MAPLE LEE FLOWERS 14 S. State St.
615 High St. and
SKA-TEEN Roller Skating
Youth Canteen Basis College Ave. and R. R. Phone
Schneider and Beaver Lanes SNACK BAR Phone 2-2169 George Schneider - Johnnie Beaver
PATTERSON DRUG STORE Phone 2-2392 23 N. State St.
In The Cast
Mary Ellen Matson
MARY ELLEN MATSON '51 (Mary McKinley) is from Marion, Ohio, where she graduated from Marion Harding High School in the class of 1947. While attending Marion Harding, Mary Ellen had the leading role in MAD MARCH HEIRS and also in the operetta OH DOCTOR. Here at Otterbein she has worked backstage and was on the properties committee for THE WINSLOW BOY. This is her first appearance on Otterbein’s stage. BOB McMullen '53 (John Lawrence) is a transfer student from Ohio State University. He hails from Hillsboro, Ohio, where he graduated in 1946 from Hills boro High School. While in high school Bob appeared in several plays, one of which was DAYS WITHOUT DADDY. He was also active in backstage work, and has had experience as a business manager. JOHN LOVES MARY is also Bobs first stage appearance at Otterbein. CHUCK MYERS '51 (Senator McKinley) graduated from Westerville High School in 1947. During his high school days he appeared in many plays, including THE BARRETTS, A MIND OF HER OWN, and SMILING THROUGH. Since attend ing Otterbein he has been seen in TWELFTH NIGHT and THE WINSLOW BOY. GLENNA KEENY '51 (Mrs. McKinley) also graduated from Westerville High School in 1947. In high school Glenna appeared in her Sophomore and Junior Class Plays. At Otterbein she has been in a play production class presentation and was business manager for THE FOOL. BOHSE FULTON '51 (Fred Taylor) is from Altoona, Pennsylvania. He grad uated from Alexander M. Scott High School, North Braddock, in 1947. In high school Bohse had some experience in backstage work. Since attending Otterbein he has appeared in a play production class presentation.
BOBBIE FINKLE '53 (Lily Herbish) is a graduate of Reynoldsburg High School, Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Before she graduated in 1949 she appeared in the Senior Class Play. Since Bobbie has been at Otterbein she played in ON WHIT MAN AVENUE, and was co-director of the one act play NOT TONIGHT. BOB MOORE '54 (General Biddle) is a National Thespian from Middletown High School, where he graduated in 1950, appearing in .OUT OF THE FRYING PAN, AH WILDERNESS, and ANTIGONIE. This is Bob’s first play at Otterbein. JOHN HAMMON '52 (Oscar Dugan) graduated from Fairmont High School, Dayton, Ohio in 1948. At Fairmont he appeared in BLITHE SPIRIT, BEAUTY AND THE BEEF, and ARSENIC AND OLD LACE. Since he has been at Otterbein, John has appeared in one student production BUT NOT GOODBYE, and served as busi ness manager for another, MY MAN GODFREY. ROGER DAY '51 (Lt. Victor O'Leary) is from Sunbury, Ohio, where he gradu ated in 1947. Before graduation, Rog had roles in PECK’S BAD BOYS, and two other productions. Since attending Otterbein, he has been seen in BUT NOT GOODBYE, and was co-director of the one act play NOT TONIGHT. LLEWELLYN BELL '52 (George Beechwood) is another Pennsylvanian. He graduated in 1938 from William Penn Senior High School, York, Pennsylvania. This is Lew’s first stage appearance.
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Who’s Who............... On The Staff
MYFANWY LINTNER '51, Directress, graduated from Johnstown High School, Johnstown, Ohio, in 1947 where she became a member of the National Thespian Society. While in high school, she had roles in the Junior and Senior Class Plays and the Thespian Play. Since entering Otterbein, Myfanwy has appeared in several one-act plays and has portrayed a role in MY MAN GODFREY and had the fem inine leads in THE FOOL and THE WINSLOW BOY. DON WALTER '51, Technical Director, is from Detroit, Michigan, but graduated in 1947 from Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Tennessee. While there he appeared in THE HASTY HEART. Since he has been at Otterbein, Don has had roles in THE FOOL and MY MAN GODFREY. He was the technical director for THE WINSLOW BOY, and directed the one act play SCRAMBLED EGGS. GLENN WAGGAMON '51, Business Manager, graduated from Chippewa High School, Doylestown, Ohio, in 1946. While in high school, Glenn appeared in THE LATE CHRISTOPHER BEAN. Since coming to Otterbein he has been seen in THE FOOL, OUR TOWN, and TWELFTH NIGHT, and was ticket chairman for THE WINSLOW BOY.
The Production Staff Stage Manager
Jim Shand Chuck Simpson Hal Gelman The Stage Craft Class
Bill Hunt, Technician Mike Phillips Tom Hammond Jim Yost Tink Sanders Phyllis Shultz
Allen Burris, Chairman Francis Pottenger Jim Rea
Ford Swigart, Chairman Mary Lou Poorman John Hammon Allen Burris
Lloyd Lewis, Chairman Phyllis Brockett Dick Rosensteel
Mary Lou Poorman
Phyllis Weygandt Margie Claar Lloyd Lewis
Leon Horn, Chairman Dick Rosensteel Jim Smith Ford Swigart Glenn Waggamon
Margie Claar Phyllis Brockett
Credits and Acknowledgements McVay Furniture Company Mr. Sanders Frye The Tan and Cardinal Col. Samuel Thackery Bill Drenten Greens Studio The Public Opinion Westerville High School Mr. Richard Cates
Flowers Phone 2-4151 260 S. State St.
Westerville Cleaners CLEANING and Repairing
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STOGKDALE Memorial Funeral Home, Inc. 24 Hour Ambulance Service Call 2-2121 or 2-2291 69 South State Street Charles M. Stockdale, Pres.
Frank E. Hill, Treas.
Dave Park, Sec’y.
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The College Co-ed 10 N. State St.
CELLAR LUMBER COMPANY Honest, Courteous Service Builds Our Business
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Western Auto Associate Store Everything for the Auto
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Radio and Television 50 N. State St. Phone 2-2262
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